This field never sees publicity or bikini photos. Right now, there is a confluence of presidential politics, scandal, presidential gambling sites, bikini photos, Hillary Clinton and legal malpractice. Here is a second day of gossip.
"Call it a well orchestrated smear campaign or a case with its own merit, we’ll call it an important political betting strategy. Hillary Clinton currently sits as the favorite to be elected next US President in 2008. With even odds at Sportsbook.com (see website here), she’d probably be a bigger favorite if not for the fact that there is stiff competition breathing down her throat (specifically, Barrack Obama and a few dark horses that could gain steam down the road.
But those opposed to Clinton cite a possible wrench thrown in her campaign hopes.
"There is an unprecedented situation of a Presidential candidate’s campaign being placed in the hands of a three judge panel reviewing evidence of ******* conduct," claim those opposed to Clinton’s Presidential run.
The opposition is strong and – regardless of what transpires – could dramatically affect odds of Mrs. Clinton becoming the next US President.
Peter Paul – who in 2000, became central to a campaign fund-raising scandal involving Senator Hillary Clinton – has filed suit against his former legal counsel Judicial Watch, and its current president Tom Fitton, and directors Paul Orfanedes and Chris Farrell, over fundraising abuses, legal malpractice, and professional ethics, false advertising, as well as copyright infringement.